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Multifamily Residential

Dorchester Apartments of Mt. Lebanon

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Based on my excellent experiences with your company on past projects, I would not hesitate to recommend Sota Construction Services to any potential clients who are considering your company for their projects.

— Jeffrey Davis, AIA, LEED AP
FortyEighty Architecture

Contract Amount: $11.3m
Size: 64,000 s.f.
Type: New Construction

Construction of the Mt. Lebanon Senior Apartments began with the demoliton of a former school followed by significant site re-grading, including a new retaining wall, before new construction of a four-story building could begin. When complete, the project will house 60 one- and two-bedroom units of affordable senior housing built to Passive House and Enterprise Green building standards.

Morningside Crossing

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[Sota's] attentiveness and attention to detail during construction produced a high quality product within a shorter time frame than originally anticipated.

— Dina Snider, AIA, LEED AP
Strada, LLC

Contract Amount: $9.8m
Size: 68,000 s.f.
Type: Renovations & Additions

This unique project consisted of a retrofit to a three-story 1897 existing school along with a new addition to convert it into a 68,000 sf future Passive House-certified multifamily apartment building containing 46 units for mixed-income seniors. Morningside Crossing obtained Passive House pre-certification to improve health and wellness benefits for its senior residents while maintaining the historic fabric and beauty of the building.

Falconhurst Apartments

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[Sota has] extensive knowledge of sustainable design and energy use in buildings as well as understanding innovative energy systems.

— Laura Nettleton
thoughtful balance, inc.

Contract Amount: $8.1m
Size: 52,000 s.f.
Type: Substantial Renovation

Creedmoor Court

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Sota staff were outstanding team players working with our staff in a unified and cohesive manner to project and eliminate many numerous on-site obstacles.

— Robert Moeslein
Department of the Air Force

This 24 unit project was renovated in Pittsburgh's Brookline neighborhood and was designed to preserve the historic fabric of the existing building. Sota was selected early on in the project and offered value engineering in order to minimize first cost while provide a greener building including high levels of thermal insulation. Existing wood trim was removed and reused. Low VOC paints and adhesives were used throughout the project, and an energy-efficient water source heat pump system was installed with air-to-air heat exchangers to provide fresh air while minimizing energy cost.

LocoMOtive Lofts

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As this was the first time that NCR has worked with Sota, I was impressed with the high level of construction quality shown throughout the project as well as the professional manner in which the site was maintained.

— Stephen Flandro
National Church Residences

Contract Amount: $4.1m
Size: 42,000 s.f.
Type: New Construction & Renovation

East Liberty Place South

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In spite of being tasked with the use of an unorthodox structural system, the project was delivered on time and under budget.

— Robert Moeslein
Department of the Air Force

Contract Amount: $10.1m
Size: 78,600 s.f.
Type: New Construction

The Lofts at Mt. Washington

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[Sota has] extensive knowledge of sustainable design and energy use in buildings as well as understanding innovative energy systems.

— Laura Nettleton
thoughtful balance, inc.

Contract Amount: $10.3m
Size:  134,000 s.f.
Type: Substantial Renovation

The Summit Retirement Residence

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All of the Sota staff were patient, understanding and exceptionally respectful to all the residents, families and staff through the course of the entire project.

— Tracy Leja
Masonic Village at Sewickley

The renovation of this 50,000 s.f. abandoned school created 55 affordable assisted-living apartments for senior citizens. The scope of work included considerable demolition, metal framing, new mechanical and electrical systems, a complete commercial kitchen, and exterior landscaping for a parking area. Residents enjoy a central dining area, skylit commons and support areas such as a crafts room, a wellness center, and an entry courtyard.

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